Carl Honore praises slowness. S.O - Love is. The Ability to Disagree. Dan Gilbert asks, Why are we happy? Barry Schwartz on the paradox of choice. Richard St. John's 8 secrets of success. John Wooden on true success. David Logan on tribal leadership. Steve Jobs: How to live before you die. Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action.
The 20 most-watched TEDTalks (so far) Today, on the fifth birthday of TEDTalks video, we’re releasing a new list of the 20 most-watched TEDTalks over the past five years — as watched on all the platforms we track: TED.com, YouTube, iTunes, embed and download, Hulu and more … What a great, mixed-up group this is!
Talks about education and creativity, sex and fish, whizzy tech demos and big questions about the universe … it’s a cool snapshot of what we find interesting. The 2012 list of the most popular TEDtalks this far is now online. Give it a read, and see what’s changed. S.O. "So It Begins" Low Testosterone (Low T) Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment by MedicineNet.
Low Testosterone Summary Low testosterone can affect both men and women.
Causes of low testosterone in males include undescended testicles and injury to the scrotum. Low testosterone in females includes ovary conditions. Treatment for low testosterone in men includes testosterone replacement therapy. Currently there is no FDA approved testosterone treatment for women. Low testosterone facts Testosterone is produced by the testes in males and ovaries in females. What is testosterone? Testosterone is an anabolic-androgenic steroid hormone which is made in the testes in males and in the ovaries in women (a minimal amount is also made in the adrenal glands).
Testosterone is needed to form and maintain the male sex organs and promote secondary male sex characteristics (in both men and women) such as voice deepening and hair growth patterns. The Moment That Lasts Forever. In an instant, your life changes forever.
Your car skids off the road. Your plane clips a wing on landing. A motorcycle runs a red light and heads straight at you. For the rest of your time on earth, the sights, smells, and sounds of that instant will be seared in your memory. In response to my post “How The Brain Stops Time,” more than 100 readers have written to share their experiences of time dilation in the face of intense danger. Reader Alice from Jupiter, Florida writes: Crossing a street one evening, my sister’s boyfriend picked me up and threw me “fireman” style over his shoulder.
My sister stated later that it happened so quickly, I simply could not have had time to think all the things I did. With all due respect, I think that Alice’s sister is wrong. In an experiment that demonstrated the role of the amygdala in intensifying fear-related memories, psychologist Christa McIntyre of UC Irvine let rats walk into either a dark or a well-lit chamber.